FOREGROUND: Angélica Teuta, The Language of Birds, 2012. Installation with audio. Dimensions variable. Commissioned and produced by AGYU. Wooden platform ‘wave,’ designed and fabricated by Brian Davis. Animal drawings by Lena Suksi. 2012 residency supported by AB Projects, Toronto. BACKGROUND: Mateo Rivano, Micro-Mundo / Micro World, 2012. Mixed media: wood, cardboard, lithographs, and found objects, 9 meters. Commissioned and produced by the AGYU. Wooden armature designed and constructed by Brian Davis. Residencies supported by AGYU in 2010 and Fundación Gilberto Alzate Avendaño, Bogotá in 2011 & 2012. Photograph courtesy: Art Gallery of York University. Photography: Michael Maranda
A review of Jamelie Hassan’s retrospective At the Far Edge of Words (MOCCA) and the group exhibition Imaginary Homelands (AGYU) for the publication Daily Serving, on September 25, 2012.
This piece marks the beginning of working as the Toronto correspondent for Daily Serving. As they don’t have many Canadian correspondents, I consider it more of a Southern Ontario jurisdiction- the previous review of TH&B2 was originally intended for Daily Serving before it was picked up by Canadian Art.